Preventing SIDS
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Placing babies to sleep on their backs instead of their stomachs has been associated with a dramatic decrease in deaths form Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Babies have been found dead on their stomachs with their faces, noses, and mouths covered by soft bedding, such as pillows, quilts, comforters and sheepskins. However, some babies have been found dead with their heads covered by soft bedding even while sleeping on their backs.

Experts recommend taking these precautions to reduce the risk of SIDS for babies under 12 months:

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